Banking Outlook Europe

Venue: Millennium Mayfair Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 18, 2009 End Date/Time: May 19, 2009
Registration Date: May 18, 2009
Early Registration Date: Mar 13, 2009
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Strategy and opportunity for commercial, investment and retail banks

A unique ‘moment in time’ event organised in partnership with Cass Business School that addresses the sweeping organisational changes European banks need to make following the banking crisis and credit crisis.

Exceptional speaker line-up of Europe’s most influential bankers, regulators and government representatives
Clarifying the threats and opportunities in this uncertain environment and providing new direction during the biggest transformation of the banking industry’s history

360° industry analysis and forecasts across investment, commercial and retail banking
Examining how regional to global banking institutions will re-shape their business models across all revenue generating businesses

Board level and executive management focused content
Assessing the sweeping changes that will impact banking institutions across the organisational framework and uncovering opportunities in the new banking age

Key speakers include:

• Lord Norman Lamont, Former Chancellor of the Exchequer of the UK Government
• Minister of the UK Government, confirmed and awaiting named Minister
• Todd Buchholz, Former Director of Economic Policy to the White House
• Sir Brian Pitman, Senior Advisor, Morgan Stanley, Former Chairman, Lloyds TSB
• Vince Cable, Deputy Leader and Shadow Chancellor, Liberal Democrats
• Professor Lex Hoogduin, Executive Director, Member of the Governing Board, De Nederlandsche Bank
• Jonathan Moulds, President, EMEA, Bank of America
• Alexander Wilmot-Sitwell, Chairman & CEO, Europe, Middle East & Africa, UBS Group
• Michael Murray, Member of Internal Markets Cabinet, Financial Institutions Policy, European Commission
• James Bevan, Chief Investment Officer, CCLA Investment Management, and former Chief Investment Officer, Abbey National
• Ivor Dunbar, Head of Global Capital Markets, Europe and Asia, Deutsche Bank
• Matthew Westerman, Global Head of Equity Capital Markets, Goldman Sachs
• Viswas Raghavan, Head of International Capital Markets, JP Morgan
• Michael Baume, Chief Risk Officer, Allied Irish Banks
• Michael Sparreskog, Head of Internal Audit, Group Operations, SEB
• Peter Hahn, Professor of Corporate Finance, Governance and Banking Issues, Cass Business School
• Anthony Hilton, Finance Editor, London Evening Standard
• Andrew Palmer, Banking Correspondent at The Economist

Please visit the website for full programme and speaker details.


44 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London W1K 2HP
United Kingdom